Q:possibly work (sorry about that). I was wondering if you could point me in any direction (also im from Australia... so sometimes that's a bit difficult to work with buying male clothing that actually fits a woman, as our fashion hasn't really gotten to that stage) :P
Sorry for taking a while to get back to you…While I must say that womenswear is not my comfort area, I’m somewhat aware of what goes on. When it comes to pulling off man inspired looks, I would say it’s best to stay away from actual men’s clothes as the fit will most likely be off, as they’re made for an entirely different body type. However, the “boyish” trend is on every magazine out there, and most brands are currently offering items within that spectrum: blazers, suits, oxford shirts, etc.. I’m guessing if you go out shopping to mass retailers such as Zara or H&M you’ll be able to find a few alternatives. Also, for me, a crucial aspect to make the whole outfit work is accessorizing (in the right way): ties, hats or scarves should be taken into account.
Hope that was of help,